Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted and grammys-winning singer and songwriter Ozzy Osbourne shared a new single, “Nothing is going well”featuring his longtime guitarist Zakk Wylde. The song is a thoughtful, moody ballad, with wyld delivering an emotional and melodic solo. The track is featured on ozythe next album of, “Patient Number 9”which will arrive this Friday, September 9.
It was announced in April 2017 that wyld would join ozythe backing band for all his future solo exhibition dates. osbourneThe range of tours also includes Rob “Blasko” Nicholson on bass, Tommy Clufetos on the battery and Adam Wakeman on keyboards.
wyld originally joined osbourne‘s band three and a half decades ago and accompanied the legendary frontman from 1987 to 1995, then again in 1998, from 2001 to 2004 and also from 2006 to 2009.
Zakk did not appear on the legendary heavy metal singer’s latest LP, 2020 “Ordinary Man”.
To celebrate “Patient Number 9”, ozy confirmed a special in-store appearance and signing at fingerprint music in Long Beach, Calif. on Saturday, September 10, the day after the LP’s release. Entrants will need to pre-order a copy of “Patient Number 9” to attend the event as ozy will only sign copies of the new album. In order to sign as many copies as possible, the new album will be the only item signed. Masks will be required for all participants and no photo with ozy will be allowed. Click here to reserve your copy.
Produced by Andrew Watt (who assumed the same functions on “Ordinary Man”) and ready to release the Epicthe brand new album osbourne13th solo studio album. It’s heavy, it’s punchy, it’s historic – it’s everything you’d expect from a Ozzy Osbourne save and maybe more.
“Patient Number 9” was written by ozy, Watt, Robert Trujillo (METALLIC),Chad Smith (HOT RED PEPPERS) and Ali Tamposi and features a captivating solo from legendary guitarist Jeff Beck (one of the album’s notable guest stars; further details below). The video marks the project’s first collaboration with McFarlane. It is highlighted by McFarlaneThe signature illustrations interspersed with live ozy vignettes in the role of “Patient Number 9”, which the revolutionary creative force in the world of comics and toys also filmed. In addition, this is the very first video to embed ozythe work of: his hand-drawn demons were animated and can be seen during the Jeff Beck solo in the song.
Work with the producer Watt for the second time, ozy hosted a vibrant A-list supporting cast. The record features guitarists beck, Eric Clapton, Mike McCready of PEARL JAMand long-time right-hand man and six-stringed beast Zakk Wylde which plays on most tracks. For most of the album, Chad Smith of HOT RED PEPPERS held the drums, while the late Taylor Hawkins of FOO FIGHTERS makes an appearance. old friend and former ozy member of a group Trujillo plays bass on most tracks on the album, with Duff McKagan of GUNS N’ ROSES and Chris Chaney of JANE’S ADDICTION providing bass on a few songs. For the very first time, BLACK SABBATH co-founder, guitarist and riff lord Tony Iommi appears on a ozy solo album.
An exclusive version of “Patient Number 9” with a limited edition special McFarlane– the designed comic is available for pre-order; a limited edition comic book with foil cover is also available with a special deluxe box.
ozy has sold over 100 million records, is one of the few artists to have had Top 10 albums in the last six decades, has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as co-founder of BLACK SABBATHwon three Grammy Awardsgot the Ivor Novello Award Lifetime Achievement Award from the British Academy of Songwriters, Composers, and Authors, set a Guinness World Record and claimed real estate on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and Birmingham Star Walk. He has performed for royalty (even the Queen of England) and dignitaries around the world, interacted with presidents and performed in front of millions of devoted fans on five continents. Earlier this year, ozyCrytoBatz NFT’s was launched as one of the biggest Celebrity NFT projects ever; it is currently ranked among the 100 greatest NFT projects of all time and is valued at over $40 million.
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